For the 12th time, DW issues the call for entries to its contest The Bobs. The awards honor exemplary efforts to promote online freedom of expression and civil society. DW is also awarding the Freedom of Speech Award. Go to article
Starting December 15, West European viewers can receive DW's Arabic-language TV program via Astra satellite. DW and satellite-operator SES arranged the project with the aim of reaching refugees from the Middle East. Go to article
DW’s new multimedia service aims to provide refugees with all the relevant information about Germany as soon as they arrive in the country. So far the online guide is available in six languages. Go to article
On DW's "Conflict Zone with Tim Sebastian," Egypt's Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry rejected claims that his government was not doing enough to ensure the safety of tourists. Go to article
In an interview with DW, Chancellor Merkel's Chief of Staff and refugee coordinator, Peter Altmaier, defended Germany's handling of the refugee influx and Berlin's leadership role in the EU. Go to article
Michel Friedman and Tim Sebastian will alternate as hosts of DW's interview program "Conflict Zone" in the future. Tim Sebastian successfully established the show with his approach to questioning high-profile guests. Go to article
On the latest edition of DW's "Conflict Zone with Tim Sebastian," the Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Fatou Bensouda, defends the relevance of the ICC despite its low number of convictions. Go to article
On this week's "Conflict Zone with Tim Sebastian," Zeljka Cvijanovic, Prime Minister of Republika Srpska, was unwilling to call the Srebrenica massacre of 1995 a case of genocide.
Six months after its launch, the DW app has been downloaded over a million times. Usage of the app has increased markedly as well: DW's 30 language-offerings recorded a total of 2.3 million visits in November alone.
Women around the world are fleeing - not only from war and poverty, but often also from men and violence. Lateefa Jaafar from DW's Hausa editorial team describes the situation for women in her native Nigeria.
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